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In the active Army, what is the rank of a Brigade Commander?
>Magnetic north is between the north pole and south pole
>Grid north is on the map itself and divides the map into squared sections to identify locations easier
Difference between grid and magnetic
You convert using the declination diagram and what is listed on the map to convert
If you have plotted 2 points on a map & used your protractor to determine the azimuth from to another, is this grid or magnetic azimuth?
How do you make the conversion?
A field artillery battery is equivalent to what?
fight & win our nations wars by providing ready, quick, and sustained land dominance by Army forces across the full spectrum of any conflict as a part of the joint force
Mission of the U.S. Army?
>keeping the peace
>continuing to provide freedom & secruity
>protecting the people
>always be ready to serve your country
What does the U.S. Army Mission mean to you?
General of the Army
Be My Little General
Four General officer ranks lowest to highest?
Which officer rank typically commands at the division level?
I will always place the mission first.
I will never accept defeat.
I will never quit.
I will never leave a fallen comrade.
What are the Warrior Ethos?
>something that every soldier can live by
>defines who we are & who we aspire to be
>embedded into the Army & all those whose serve
>strengthens soldiers and the Army itself
>maintain a mindset of a team
Why do we even need things like Ethos and Creeds?
Ready and Resilient
What is the acronym R2C represent?
Army Doctrine Reference Publication
Army Doctrine Publication
ADPR: more in depth. expands in more detail. better understanding.
ADP: broad spectrum. just a baseline of framework
What is ADRP?
What is ADP?
How do they differ?
Where do commissioned officers derive their authority?
June 14th, 1775
When is the Army's Birthday
pay grade is a step in the promotion process.
rank is seniority between people of the same grade. like time in service
Difference between a pay grade and rank?
>to establish structure
>understanding of your position
>complete the mission in an organized manner
Why does the Army need rank?
Receive the Mission
Issue the WARNO
Make tentative Plan
Start necessary movement
Complete the Plan
Issue that Complete Plan
Supervise and Refine
Make the Plan (rehearsals)
what are the TLPs?
Issue the Complete Plan
>important your platoon has a complete understanding of your mission
>everyone will know there place & purpose
>they will know what to do if the leader dies into to complete the mission
Which TLP is the most important?
Company Grade: O1-O3 1st LT to Caption. Company level leadership.
Field grade: O4-O6 Major to Colonel. Officers could be leading brigade sized units
Flag: O7 or higher: Generals commanding divisions
What is the difference between a company grade, field grade and flag officer?
Reserve Officers' Training Corps
What does ROTC stand for?
diminish the evils of war by:
>protecting basic human rights for prisoners of war, wounded & sick, and civilians
>protects soldiers and non-soldiers from unnecessary suffering
> restore the peace
What are some purpose of laws of land warfare?
Command and Signal
What are the paragraphs of OPORD?
In paragraph 3 (execution)
When writing an OPORD where do you include your higher headquarters commander's intent?
Squadron: battalion sized cavalry unit
Battalion: has companys and platoons within a brigade
What are the differences between squadron and battalion?
offensive operation used to gain or establish contact for freedom during action
What is the purpose of movement to contact?
That offers good control, facilitate maneuver, creates good disposition and all-around security.
A platoon leader must negotiate rolling terrain with little concealment. Threat could come from any direction. The squad leader needs a movement formation that offers what?
It's the angular difference between two norths
What is Declination?
After Actions Review
>overview of the organizations performance
>conducted at the appropriates: typically after the training event but can be during
>used to improve future performance within the organization
What is a (AAR)?
What is its purpose?
Step 4: Initiate Movement
Step 5: Conduct Recon
Sometimes you don't have enough time & it's very important to meet the time you are give to complete the mission
During your preparation to plan training you begin TLP's. What are the 2 steps the commander can omit?
Direct: Face to Face or first line leadership. small group task oriented. close enough to the action to address the problem.
Organizational: indirect leadership through subordinates. have staffs to help lead & manage their people. more complex planning. a couple years in advance
Strategic: shape the army overtime. long term or future planning of the army.
List the three levels of leadership?
360 Degrees Feedback
This is a process in which a soldier's performance is rated through top-down feedback from......?
Common Operating Picture
Creates a shared understanding and purpose
What is COP?
Three parts of the commanders intent?
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